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I did some further testing today. It turned out, that the display temperature sensor was missing. After I installed it correctly, the problems (fan noise and cpu throttling) were gone!


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You may want to read If you can't update or restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch on Apple's website. Essentially, You have two main options. 1. Force restart your iPhone In other words, force your iPhone to reboot. How you do this will depend on your model of iPhone. Since you haven't specified this, refer to Force restart iPhone on Apple's website. 2....


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I think, in iOS 12, notifications have been settled for updating in midnight only. That too only when it is plugged in. Also, after entering the passcode, the update can be postponed further. But so far, just like macOS, iOS is really adamant on getting itself updated,


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Hi I think you'll notice a HUGE difference if you put in an SDD and max out the memory. I did both to my machine and it was wonderful. I've also got a 2009 i-mac, 27 inch, but with 2.8 Ghz Intel Core i7. I upgraded mine with 32GB memory (a few websites said it was possible at it has worked well on my machine) and also replaced the optical drive with an SSD (...


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Here is your solution. I too have a limit on my data and their updates aren't exactly small in size but are currently about 2.5 GB in file size which is quite expensive if you are on restricted data. For years I had to manually keep on deleting these updates so that I didn't accidentally install the update and to get rid of those relentless notifications, ...


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The benefits of a clean install are that you are left with a system disk whose contents are known, and of 'factory' condition. This will remove any third-party software (which may be interfering with good operation); it will free up space by the removal of 'cruft' - vestigial data files no longer wanted or in use. It will return all settings to their ...


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